You’ve learned the best ways to apply toner according to your skin type. Now it’s time to see what is the best toner out there for your skin.
Benton BHA Aloe Skin Toner
This one is good for all skin types, from oily and dry. Why? Salicylic acid (aka BHA) curbs production of sebum, which is the oil your skin produces that can lead to painful pimples. Aloe is very moisturizing and helps calm red inflammation. There’s also snail mucin, one of the most popular ingredients on the market that encourages cell regeneration and plumps up the moisture to reduce the appearance of fine lines.
Missha Super Aqua Pore-Kling Toner
Best for oily, combination, and normal skin. While you can’t shrink your pores), this toner’s Italian sparking water does reduce oil production that can lead to pore clogging and stretching. It also incorporates natural extracts that help skin get brighter by speeding up the cell renewal process.
SU:M37 Water-Full Skin Toner: SU:M37 products have been flying off the shelves, but you can sign up to get notified when we get it back in stock. This one’s really great for sensitive skin because there’s no added fragrance, colors, or preservatives but contains lots of hydrating ingredients (which help moisturize) and humectant ingredients (which help your skin hold the moisture).
Klairs Supple Preparation Facial Toner
Good for people who want products that multi-task and don’t want a crazy number of steps in their routine. This toner is great for normal, dry, and sensitive skin types plus, it works almost like a serum, so if you’re looking to cut back on products, I recommend using a cleanser first, then this softener, and following with a moisturizer. That’s it! You can also read the full review of this product here.